Haru Mutasa is an Africa correspondent for Al Jazeera English.
She has reported on East and West Africa. She is currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa and covers the Southern African region.
She was nominated Royal Television Society (RTS) Young journalist of the year 2006/2007
Africa27 Apr 2017 14:29 GMT
Motocross is a form of off-road motorcycle racing gaining popularity in Zimbabwe, but it is expensive. Some people say it is too dangerous, especially for girls.
Africa15 Apr 2017 09:52 GMT
Zimbabwe's High Court judges have ruled that the use of corporal punishment on children at school and in the home is illegal - though the constitutional court still has to confirm the ruling.
Zimbabwe24 Mar 2017 08:08 GMT
President Robert Mugabe is facing mounting pressure to stand down.
The protests come not just from opposition parties, but also from war veterans who previously endorsed him.
Africa23 Mar 2017 05:39 GMT
Opposition parties in Zimbabwe have staged a protest in the capital, Harare, over concerns of rigging in next year's elections.
Africa14 Mar 2017 08:21 GMT
A group of grandmothers are using what they call 'friendship benches' to help thousands of people suffering from mental health problems in the country.
Zimbabwe03 Mar 2017 10:37 GMT
Critics are condemning the Zimbabwe government’s sale of elephants to countries such as China.
A live elephant can retail at about $60,000 depending on its size, age and health.
Africa02 Mar 2017 17:27 GMT
Health services in Zimbabwe are grinding to a halt after nurses joined a strike by doctors over unpaid bonuses.
Army medical professionals have been called in, but are struggling to deal with the number of patients.
Health20 Sep 2016 10:57 GMT
Harare Central Hospital suspends all elective surgeries as public hospitals across country hit hard by economic crisis.
Sudan07 Jul 2016 11:53 GMT
Tens of thousands flee as fighting hits large city, prompting fears that last year's peace agreement could collapse.
Weather17 May 2016 11:18 GMT
Half of the country's rural population will need assistance by next year with rain not expected for several months.
Africa23 Apr 2016 19:18 GMT
Farmers join millions struggling to make money as country sees record-low rainfall.
Business & Economy09 Mar 2016 00:03 GMT
Training centre in Johannesburg helps high-school graduates to find work in country with jobless figure of 25 percent.
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